The Boston Bruins have their backs against the wall.

Enter Brad Marchand.

Marchand has had a quiet series, to say the least, with his only goal being the empty-netter that clinched Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. But the winger checked back in early in Game 6 to put the Bruins on the board.

A Brayden Schenn boarding penalty and a Ryan O’Reilly delay of game infraction led to a 5-on-3 chance for Boston.

After peppering a couple looks on Jordan Binnington, David Pastrnak slid a pass to Marchand for a one-timer from below the right faceoff dot.

Marchand finding the back of the net usually spells good news for the Black and Gold.

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